Recently, the use of liposomes loaded with magnetic nanoparticles (magnetoliposomes, (MLs)) has been intensely growing as a new drug delivery system. With the use of alternating magnetic fields, it is possible to remotely control the delivery of a drug or any other macromolecule loaded inside the MLs. In this experiment, the release of a fluorescent dye from MLs is achieved through an alternating magnetic field of 20kHz and amplitude below 100A/m, and without a macroscopic temperature increase. Bioelectromagnetics. 35:309-312, 2014. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Controlled release from magnetoliposomes aqueous suspensions exposed to a low intensity magnetic field

Pinto, R.;Merla, C.
2014

Abstract

Recently, the use of liposomes loaded with magnetic nanoparticles (magnetoliposomes, (MLs)) has been intensely growing as a new drug delivery system. With the use of alternating magnetic fields, it is possible to remotely control the delivery of a drug or any other macromolecule loaded inside the MLs. In this experiment, the release of a fluorescent dye from MLs is achieved through an alternating magnetic field of 20kHz and amplitude below 100A/m, and without a macroscopic temperature increase. Bioelectromagnetics. 35:309-312, 2014. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Liposomes;IF magnetic field;Stimuli-responsive carriers;Magnetic nanoparticle;Drug delivery
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